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Tomorrow (Friday) DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard will host the third of its 2015 auctions, and aims to continue the huge success it has enjoyed at its auctions this year. The team boast a 94 per cent sales rate at auction, the highest in the country since the beginning of 2015. Tomorrow's auction in the Raddison Blu Hotel will feature a mix of property with something to suit all spectrums of the market, and all with very attractive guide prices.
O’Donnellan & Joyce will hold its next auction on April 17 where there will be many investment opportunities for the savvy investor.
Just as the company finished 2014 with the final auction of the year in Ireland, DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard is leading the way again this year with the first of its auctions to be held tomorrow in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway, at 3pm.
Echoing a seemingly nationwide theme, Galway’s property market is registering a significant rise in activity in recent months. According to leading local agent DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard interest levels and activity have seen a dramatic increase with buyers flocking to the market.
Dublin’s docklands were thronged with visitors, and the sight of so many international tall ships moored along Sir John Rogerson’s Quay was simply an amazing and beautiful sight. So it was very apt that the unveiling of the relocated statue of Foxford native, Admiral William Brown, took place during this festival.
September is fast approaching and with ‘back to school’ and ‘back to normal routine’ fever beginning to gain momentum, the team at Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard are already focused on September 14, which will see the first of the company’s autumn/winter 2012 auctions. As usual, a range of properties is being offered to the market in the September auction with six lots going under the hammer.
A fresh appeal was made last night for information relating to the whereabouts of missing Glenamaddy woman Blathnaid Timothy.
Raftery’s Rest, which has long been regarded as one of County Galway’s best known licensed premises, is being offered for sale on the instructions of the receiver Kieran Wallace of KPMG through agents O’Donnellan & Joyce. Interested parties are asked to submit final and best offers for the property to the offices of O’Donnellan & Joyce by 3pm on Wednesday June 30.